Mountain bike some of the best and most challenging trails in the state of Texas.  With over 17 miles of trails and growing this park is a popular destination for mountain bikers 



 Dinosaur Valley State Park contains 1,597 acres which provides a great place for birders to come and see first hand many species of both resident and migrant birds, including Wild Turkeys, Golden-Cheeked Warblers and Black-Capped Vireos. 



  At DVSP we provide hike-In campsites, walk-In campsites, Group sites that can have up to 40 people, and RV's. Please click the icon above to check campsite availability and to make reservations online.  



   The Paluxy River runs right through Dinosaur Valley State Park which is home to numerous species of fish. Flat head catfish, channel catfish, bass, sand bass, perch, gar, and many more call the Paluxy River home.  



  Located at the edge of the Texas Hill country Dinosaur Valley offers some of the most scenic views in Texas.  We have over 17 miles of scenic trails for you to discover.  

Horseback Riding


  Saddle up and enjoy some spectacular views as you ride along Dinosaur Valley State Park scenic trails. Being on the back of a horse gives you a different perspective of the park’s untouched beauty and a connection with the past. Eagle Eye Ranch Carriage Company is honored to share our love of horses, nature and the past with our guest.  



  Kayak over hundreds of dinosaur tracks.  Rent a kayak from the park store or bring your own. The Paluxy River at Dinosaur Valley State Park is fan favorite!  



 The Paluxy River offers multiple areas where you can relax and swim after a long day of hiking. Be sure to swing by the Blue Hole where clear water and a depth of 20' provides you and your family with the perfect swimming conditions.  

Wader Rentals


  When the weather is too cold, or you just don't want to get your feet wet stop by the gift shop to rent waders for the day.